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The new app allows you to upload videos, store up to 2GB for free, tag your images, apply simple filters, crop, rotate and then share your videos and photos in galleries.
The app also allows you to transfer photos to Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and more.
According to the Adobe site [kb2.adobe.com] the app will work on many mobile devices:
Q:What phones does Photoshop.com Mobile support?
A: Photoshop.com Mobile directly supports a number of Windows Mobile phones from HTC, Samsung, Motorola, and Palm, including a few touch phones. See [mobile.photoshop.com...] for the latest list of supported devices. Adobe partnered with ShoZu to offer users of the iPhone, BlackBerry, and other phones the ability to upload and store photos. With ShoZu, you can also take advantage of the photo editing, management, and sharing capabilities on Photoshop.com.
You can view a demo of it and sign up for the app at [photoshop.com...]
joined:June 15, 2001
The growth of the mobile web is clearly being embraced by this.
They've not done anything that Flickr isn't already doing with picnic. And of course with Flickr you get all the other tools too...
i think this mobile thing is a group of people that obsess over gadgets.
and max if your iphone has replaced the need for your laptop the the type of work you do while traveling must be LIGHT to say the least. there isn't 1 day i don't go without opening dreamweaver atleast once.